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14/2/12Dr Michael SharaAmerican Museum of Natural History in New YorkThe Next 50 Years of Space Exploration: Hunting for Life in the Solar SystemBA20118:30-19:30Audio recording
28/3/12Prof. Shri KulkarniCaltechThe Dynamic UniverseEN71518:30-19:30Audio recording
18/4/12Assoc. Prof. Chris BlakeSwinburne UniversityLearning about the sub-atomic world from observations to the edge of the UniverseEN71518:30-19:30Audio recording
25/5/12Catarina Ubach and Francesco PignataleSwinburne UniversityFrom grains to planetsATC10118:30-19:30Audio recording
12/6/12Christina Blom-SmithSwinburne UniversityThe Secret Life of an Elliptical GalaxyATC10118:30-19:30Audio recording
20/7/12Prof. Jeremy MouldSwinburne UniversityAstronomy from the Antarctic PlateauATC10118:30-19:30Audio recording
13/8/12Dr Chris FlukeSwinburne UniversityThe State of the Universe IIATC10118:30-19:30Audio recording
10/9/12Prof. Karl GlazebrookSwinburne University100 years of galaxy redshiftsATC10118:30-19:30Audio recording
5/10/12Assoc. Prof. Darren CrotonSwinburne UniversityInto the heart of darkness: supermassive black holes at the centers of galaxiesBA20118:30-19:30Audio recording
26/10/12Prof. Richard de GrijsPeking UniversityCosmic Fireworks (also known as When Galaxies Collide)ATC10118:30-19:30Audio recording
23/11/12Dr. Rita TojeiroInstitute of Cosmology and Gravitation, University of Portsmouth, UKMapping the UniverseATC10118:30-19:30Audio recording
7/12/12Dr Lee SpitlerMacquarie UniversityA Night in the Life of an AstronomerBA20118:30-19:30Audio recording
21/12/12Alex CherneyMPAS,ASV,TWAN,SAOThe Beautiful World at NightATC10118:30-19:30Summary slides